Apr 142013
 
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In addition, the study has shown that women aged 35 to 60 with this infection have more anxiety, depression, neurocognitive impairments and, therefore, poorer quality of life than those who do not suffer from it.

94.4% Of Spanish women from 16-22 years old infected with HIV has acquired the virus for maternal-infant transmission, while those having between 35 and 60 years have been infected (69.4%) by a heterosexual relationship and 22.2% for intravenous drug use.
You are the conclusions of the studies ' EVhA-1′ and ' EVhA-3′, conducted by researchers at AbbVie and who have had to evaluate the quality of life, mood and function neurocognitive in women with HIV of different ages and residents in Spain. The results have been presented at the third international seminar on HIV and women, held in Toronto (Canada).
In addition, the study has shown that women aged 35 to 60 with this infection have more anxiety, depression, neurocognitive impairments and, therefore, poorer quality of life than those who do not suffer from it. In addition, he noted that older women have a CD4 cell counts lower and a larger number of antiretroviral therapies than younger patients.

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